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I am modelling a 'shed' which has a sloping flat roof. I want to add 'timber panels' around the top of the walls but want the bottom edge of those panels to be horizontal. I tried loop cuts and moved the cut to near the top of the walls however as I move the cut towards the top the loop cut 'follows' the top of the wall instead of remaining horizontal. Please advise how I can 'model' this. Here is the image in blender - note the roof is sloping and so the look cut at the top is also 'sloping' which I don't want. enter image description here

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If you want to add an horizontal edge loop you can either cut with the Knife tool (K to activate, A to cut orthogonally, C to cut through) or loop cut with CtrlR then slide with GG and press E to align with the edge, F to switch from an edge to another.

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  • $\begingroup$ Perfect. Thanks heaps. I also learned to use Ctrl R and G G (I used to drag with the mouse). $\endgroup$ Oct 29, 2023 at 10:31

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